Ellazar Williams, 19, was paralyzed from the chest down after he was shot in the upper left portion of his back by a police detective on Aug. 20 behind a school on Elk Street in the city's West Hill neighborhood. less Ellazar Williams, 19, was paralyzed from the chest down after he was shot in the upper left portion of his back by a police detective on Aug. 20 behind a school on Elk Street in the city's West Hill ... more Photo: Paul Grondahl / Times Union Ellazar Williams, 19, was paralyzed from the chest down after he was shot in the upper left portion of his back by a police detective on Aug. 20 behind a school on Elk Street in the city's West Hill neighborhood. less Ellazar Williams, 19, was paralyzed from the chest down after he was shot in the upper left portion of his back by a police detective on Aug. 20 behind a school on Elk Street in the city's West Hill ... more … [Read more...] about Ellazar Williams: ‘It felt like my whole back was on fire’
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Dan D'Ambrosio Burlington Free Press Published 2:15 p.m. UTC Aug 10, 2018 The clues for the demise of Vermont cookie maker Liz Lovely are scattered across the internet like bread crumbs on a trail. On the website for Liz Lovely cookies: "New and improved coming Fall 2017." This, as the summer of 2018 draws to a close. On Amazon.com, where the gluten-free Cowboy Cookie is advertised: "Currently unavailable." A review on Yelp, dated March 30: "These were really utterly terrific cookies. I first came across them at a Whole Foods. Gone. Gone everywhere I have looked, like Amazon, too. Whither Liz? Can somebody from Vermont please post what happened?" Indeed, what happened to this company based in Waitsfield, which grew over 13 years to employ 24 people and generate sales of nearly $2 million annually? It's a complicated story, told here for the first time. 'No one really seemed to know' First, it's important to recognize how suddenly and utterly the cookies stopped … [Read more...] about Vermont cookie maker went from Whole Foods to ‘Shark Tank,’ then vanished. What happened?
FOOD & DRINK 08/08/2018 05:45 am ET FYI, you don't have to buy that entire bag of crazy-expensive cherries. By Lee Breslouer The people who work in the Whole Foods produce department are keeping secrets from you. OK, so they’re not deep, dark, embarrassing secrets that they always think about right before they fall asleep, but they do possess a wealth of knowledge that they just might share with you if you ask them. Here’s one: Did you know you’re supposed to eat your apples within two to three days of buying them? (We’ll elaborate more on that below.) That’s why we spoke with produce team member Heith Banowetz, a nearly 10-year veteran of Whole Foods. He told us secrets of the produce section that you can benefit from on your next trip to the supermarket chain. If you don’t need to buy an entire cabbage, you don’t have to “If a customer wants a quarter of a cabbage, half a watermelon or even half an apple … you … [Read more...] about 7 Secrets Of A Whole Foods Produce Manager
Cayenne pepper, garlic, thyme and lots of lemon. These are the signature flavors of Creole Louisiana cuisine. Elena and Larry Robinson, married business owners, have mastered these flavors and want to share their magic with South Florida. Their business, The Rumcake Factory, is backed by StartUP FIU Food, which supports local food entrepreneurs in expanding their brand and its reach. The program provided them with mentorship, access to the test kitchen at the Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at BBC and a $500,000 grant from Citi Foundation. Larry and Elena Robinson of The Rumcake Factory. Now the Robinsons are preparing for their newest venture. Starting this fall, their signature rum cakes will be sold at Whole Foods Market stores in South Florida. First established as LR Cajun Kitchen, the Robinsons transformed their business into The Rumcake Factory five years ago, retaining their original vision: serving quality authentic Louisiana Cajun food just like … [Read more...] about StartUP FIU’s The Rumcake Factory lands Whole Foods gig
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